298 pp.; 5th ed. 2013
(includes 2014-2015 supplement)
Identify legal pitfalls of the employment process and understand how to avoid them
Identifying, interviewing, hiring, and retaining quality employees is essential to the success of any business. Equally important is the fair, nondiscriminatory, treatment of job applicants and employees. The law governing the rights of employers and employees in matters of hiring and termination are complex and dynamic; missteps can be costly. Hiring and Firing in Wisconsin contains the important analysis, extensive caselaw and statutory citation, and supplemental information you need to effectively inform your clients of their rights and responsibilities — all in one convenient book.
Protect your clients’ financial interests and their rights
Help your clients avoid the dramatic costs and damaging conflicts that may arise by not knowing the law. Hiring and Firing in Wisconsin offers a comprehensive overview of the laws governing employee screening, hiring, and employment termination, focusing mainly on Wisconsin law, but discussing federal law as it relates to Wisconsin employment practices.
Focus on the issues
Hiring and Firing in Wisconsin identifies many legal hazards and explains how to avoid them. You’ll find practical guidance on key issues such as:
- What questions may and may not be asked of a job applicant
- How reference checking can give rise to defamation claims
- What forms of testing and screening are legal
- How lawsuits based on discriminatory hiring and firing can be avoided
- When an employer can be held liable for hiring a dangerous or criminal employee
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Summary of Contents
1. Discrimination in Hiring
2. Recruiting, Application Forms, and Interviews
3. Credit Reports and Reference Checks
4. Testing and Screening
5. The Hiring Decision
6. Types of Termination
7. Limitations on an Employer's Right to Terminate
8. The Termination Decision
9. Termination Payments
10. Legal Issues in Providing References
- Avoiding "Loaded Interview" Questions (DWD)
- Employment Eligibility Verification (INS Form I-9)
- Prescribed Summary of Consumer Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (16 C.F.R. pt. 601, app. A)
- Employment Termination Checklist
Your resource for hiring and firing issues
Whether you’re an employment attorney representing employees or employers, a labor attorney wanting to ensure compliance with a collective bargaining agreement, an HR professional responsible for enforcing your company’s fair employment policies, or a manager going through a routine hiring, you’ll find everything you need to know about the hiring and firing process in this comprehensive book.
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